Personal information is already redacted, yet Daniel Cameron remains cautious
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron and the lawyer representing the officer who was fired from the Louisville Metro Police Department for his involvement in the death of Breonna Taylor, do not want certain evidence to be released.
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron speaks during a press conference to announce a grand jury’s decision to indict one of three Louisville Metro Police Department officers involved in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor on September 23, 2020 in Frankfort, Kentucky. (Photo by Jon Cherry/Getty Images)
Cameron and Brett Hankison’s attorney, William Stewart Mathews, asked a judge to revoke a previous order to release information about the case to the public.
Circuit Judge Ann Bailey Smith originally ordered the AG to release the information, ABC News reported.
Even though personal information is redacted, Cameron and Mathews are cautious saying that the evidence is too damning to be seen by the public. They cited safety concerns for those involved as people are already receiving…